The Destruction of Free Yabroud

The Destruction of Free Yabroud
reposted from http://racanarchy.com/2013/05/17/the-destruction-of-yabroud/

THE DESTRUCTION OF YABROUD

For almost a year now we have been hearing loud cries for a political solution in Syria. The goal, some would have you believe, is to end the conflict in a way that sheds the least amount of blood. It is really a simple premise, the Syrian people’s representatives will meet with the representatives of Assad’s government to come to an agreement that will end the loss of life in Syria and restore peace. While it sound’s great on paper I would like to demonstrate to you why a political solution will never truly materialize despite it’s good intentions. Yabroud, Damascus is a small town North East of Damascus’ city center. During the last two years of revolution Yabroud has remained a bastion of non-violent resistance against the regime. Rallying against the regime and eventually succeeding in freeing themselves from Assad’s militants without shedding blood. The following video will demonstrate how beautifully Yabroud’s people have come together in order to improve their town and their country.

Can you think of a solution any more peaceful than this? Peaceful demonstrations succeeded in ousting Assad from this town and the people followed up by cleaning up their streets, organizing their society, and letting all know that whether you are with the regime or against it, let’s respect one another. Yabroud remained peaceful, free, and flourishing for almost a year until the regime decided they wanted ‘their territory’ back. This is a video from Yabroud today as Assad’s military attacks the peaceful town in order to reclaim it.

Video of ‘carpet-bombing’ style attack on Yabroud, Duma, Damascus (cannot be embedded):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckGM3rufkO0

 

Now I ask you, do you believe a political solution is attainable with Assad?

Thanks Racanarchy blog http://racanarchy.com

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